With a Proviso yard crew shuttling this train east, UPs MCLPR crawls into Wheaton with a rebuilt SD40, along with various Aces & GEs, in the lead.
With time for the crew running thin, UPs Clinton, IA to Proviso, IL manifest rumbles towards Metra territory, where they'd park up for a relief. Todays train was the talk of the town with a former... (more)
On an unseasonably warm winter morning, the stars would align for UPs Clinton, IA to Proviso, IL road train to feature a former C&NW workhorse SD40 taking the charge. Seen here ducking under its r... (more)
YSPBN pulls into East Minneapolis with two SD40Ns and an SD60M for power. Once an important yard for the C&NW, East Minneapolis' footprint and role has been greatly reduced over the years. Althoug... (more)
UP 1826 (SD40N) sits on a siding in east Denver as a freight motors past and heads to the 36th Street Yard.
I think Alfred Hitchcock would have liked this photo. UP 1826 (SD40N) works the Union Pacific's North Yard in Denver, Colorado as hundreds of birds circle, waiting for the chance to land on the tr... (more)
On a cold and windy morning at Pepper Ave, UP 1927 works a trim job at the east end of West Colton yard.
UP 1797 working the east end of the departure yard at Pepper Ave.
UP 1826 SD40N moves past a trio of BNSF motors sitting in the Union Pacific North Yard.
LTS82 returns to Altoona after working industries on the Chippewa Falls Sub and interchanging with the Wisconsin Northern at Norma. The Eau Claire River bridge was constructed in 1898, and housed ... (more)
Light power dominates the Union Pacific North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
CP transfer job I41 (formerly G41) heads for the UP at Proviso as it traverses the north end of the IHB through Franklin Park, IL.
A pair of UP SD40N's take YPRCP up the IHB main headed for the CP at Bensenville.
A trio of SD40Ns lead LTS82A over the Red Cedar River in Menomonie. In another mile or so, they will run around their train at Menomonie Jct. before heading back east to work Cardinal Glass and Br... (more)
UP 1666, 1710, and 9907 make their way through the Fort Hall Indian reservation.